American ecstasies over Wizkid’s song Ojuelegba on video, sings her favorite part that makes a lot of laughs Nigeria news
- Black American woman expressed love for Wizkid’s song Ojuelegba which was released in 2014 and became a hit
- The unidentified woman could be seen in her car praising the Grammy-winning singer for the song
- While driving she sang the first part of the song beautifully but couldn’t sing her favorite part well
A black American woman has warmed hearts on social media after gushing over Wizkid Ojuelegba’s old song in a cute video.
In the video shared on Instagram by @officialhiptv, the woman sang the song and noted that his best lyrics were the part Wizkid expresses gratitude to his mother for all her prayers over him.
After singing the first part of the song beautifully, the unidentified woman sang her favorite part but didn’t do it justice.
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According to the woman, she doesn’t know what Wizkid is saying in this part but she totally agrees with him.
In his words:
“I don’t know what you are saying but I feel you. I feel you and I totally agree with you. Because whatever you say, you have a lot of passion behind it. I don’t know what it is. is saying about this part, but it’s my favorite part of this song. “
Social networks react
The video warmed hearts on social media and many quickly flooded the comments section of the post to share their thoughts.
“Music is a universal language … I love the praises of Tanzania even though I don’t understand what he sings.”
“she murdered the song” E kira fun mummy o ojoju mo Lon shey adura. “
“Shey Na naija song she Dey sings or southern song?”
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“music is life … period.”
“Dey beat his head, despite not knowing the lyrics. That’s the power of music.”
@ victoria.abia said:
“Wow that’s adorable.”
American rapper Snoop Dogg dances to Wizkid’s song Essence in viral video
Legit.ng previously reported that fans of Grammy winner and superstar Ayodeji Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, had gone wild with glee after American rapper Snoop Dogg was seen dancing to the crooner’s song Essence of Ojuelegba.
Snoop Dogg, in a video posted to Twitter by @ MHDee06, shared the moment he was having a good time on his Instagram live stream on Saturday, April 17.
The clip garnered many views and many praised Joro’s crooner for his song Essence – a track from his Made in Lagos album – which is enjoyed beyond the coasts of the country.